Spending 30 minutes per week “on” your time helps you stay on top of things and focused on your goals.
Combining clarity of goals with a good method of prioritizing helps focus on what matters, allowing you to plow through work and have time left over for fun
As a small business owner the buck stops with you. You alone are in control of how you spend your time. But often it can feel like you have no control at all
The most common problem people have with time management is in estimating the amount of time any particular task will take Here are some tips to help you out.
Don't say you don't have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that were given to Helen Keller, Louis Pasteur, Michelangelo, Leonardo da Vinci, Thomas Jefferson & Albert Einstein. ~ Jackson Brown Jr., writer The key to getting the most out of your day is to have a daily list.
One of the biggest weapons small biz owners have is building up our consciousness of time passing. Here are my top tips to become more time conscious.
Making sure you have somewhere to capture ideas that you can retrieve later is the secret to only having the same thought once!
Spend a small amount of time each day keeping your commitments up to date and have the rest of the day on full brain power to maximize your focus.
When I first left working in an office environment and started working at home, I thought (please don’t laugh) that I would be so much more productive without all the interruptions that go with being in an office environment. Instead I found that interruptions just took a different form.
Focus is great, it allows you to achieve more and perform at a higher level. Unfortunately, for some it can be hard to achieve for decent lengths of time. Fortunately there are some ways to help improve your ability to focus